Michelle Gobert

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Name: Michelle Gobert
Date registered: November 10, 2013

Latest posts

  1. 2021 Essay Contest Winners Announced by FCAL — June 22, 2021
  2. Conservation Corner — June 17, 2021
  3. Conservation Corner — June 7, 2021
  4. Conservation Corner — June 1, 2021
  5. Conservation Corner — May 18, 2021

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May 17 2021

Conservation Corner

Conservation Corner is a weekly article produced by the Forest County Land &Water Conservation Department. For more information contact Steve Kircher, County Conservationist-Land Information/GIS Director at 715-478-1387 or by e-mail at lcc@co.forest.wi.us. Forest County is a partner and supporter of the Wild Rivers Invasive Species Coalition (WRISC). WRISC is a coalition which seeks and obtains …

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Apr 26 2021

Conservation Corner

Lake Property Owners, have you noticed erosion along your shoreline? This is a challenge that many shoreland property owners face, we would like to share some tips on how to keep your shoreland property in place! The best way to identify and assess erosion problems is to check your shoreline regularly and monitor changing conditions. …

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Apr 19 2021

Conservation Corner

What Causes Buds to Open in Spring? Spring has finally sprung! Not only are crocuses, day lilies and daffodils starting to show up in our gardens, but many trees are also budding. It is a wonderful sight, giving us hope for longer and warmer days to come. Did you ever stop and think what causes …

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Apr 12 2021

Conservation Corner

As the last of the ice is finally gone, many people look forward to getting their boats back in the water.  This also means groups will once again head to boat launches in an effort to keep Aquatic Invasive Species [AIS] out of the lakes.  AIS can be determinantal to a lake’s health. Eurasian Water …

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Apr 05 2021

Conservation Corner

In Wisconsin, April 4-10 is ‘Keep Wildlife Wild’ Week.  Our year-round activities bring us outside to enjoy the natural environment and view our wildlife resources.  Wild animals are valued by many, and it’s important to observe them at a respectful distance to keep them wild and allow for their ‘wild life’ to continue. During the …

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Mar 30 2021

Conservation Corner : Climate Change

Last week, we marked the spring equinox on March 20, the first day of spring.  I’m sure many of us are thinking about the change of seasons and the hope of warmer days to come.  The warmer temperatures can also bring up the idea of climate change.  There are many theories as to what our …

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